Category Archives: Privacy

CyberOhio Initiative – An Update from the Ohio AGO

We recently posted on the Ohio Attorney General’s CyberOhio initiative and forecasted that the Ohio Attorney General might be the first of many Attorneys General to join forces with industry in the struggle to protect consumer information.  Ohio Deputy General Counsel Craig Rapp, Director of CyberOhio, contacted our blog not only to agree with our prediction, but also to shed more light on what is transpiring in his state. … More

“Aloha” Means Cybersecurity, Consumer Multistates, and Swimming with Turtles at Conference of Western Attorneys General

Attorneys General, meeting at the Conference of Western Attorneys General (“CWAG”) on Maui recently, tackled as usual a range of issues from the Rule of Law, an ongoing and important initiative with Mexican police, prosecutors and businesses, to EPA regulatory actions. Through daily multiple panels and Q & A, AGs of several terms’ experience and some still within their first six months of service rubbed shoulders with federal regulators from the FTC as well as the Chief Information Security Officer from Comcast and the General Counsel from LexisNexis.… More

Joining Foley Hoag; Insights from the NAAG Summer Meeting

I am delighted to join Foley Hoag. The firm’s deep expertise in so many areas of practice, and its commitment to pro bono work are among the reasons I decided to join the firm. Our communities and our businesses face good opportunities as well as thin ice in recovery from the recession. A strong economy will optimize new technologies and business models here in Massachusetts, as well as globally.… More